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Educational Programs

Our educators embrace the 8 Ways of Learning pedagogy in delivery your child’s learning, in collaboration with the Victorian Early Years Learning & Development Framework. We integrate nature-based programs to support your child in reaching learning outcomes across all developmental areas.

We believe in nourishing young and developing brains with rich, hands-on and organic learning experiences, teamed with innovative physical activity and language programs. This is done within an environmentally sustainable environment, where friendships will flourish.
We endeavour to guide each child on a journey of learning, experience and success, from birth through to formal school engagement, in collaboration with family and community.
Ngarrwa Dja (bush kinder), bush tucker gardens, traditional and contemporary sustainable practices and promotion of healthy wellbeing will be at the forefront of our educational programs.  

Our educators and teachers are guided by the Victorian Early Years Learning Framework that guides children toward learning outcomes:

  • Children have a strong sense of identity

  • Children are connected with and contribute to their world

  • Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

  • Children are confident and involved learners

  • Children are effective communicators

This is supported by the Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning, guiding children on a multi-faceted and interlinked project-based learning journey through a variety of approaches:

  • Story sharing

  • Community links

  • Deconstruct / reconstruct

  • Non-linear

  • Land links

  • Symbols and images

  • Non-verbal

  • Learning maps

Play provides all children with opportunity to discover, learn, explore, create and imagine. Children are able to ask questions, solve problems, complete tasks and participate in critical and reflective thinking, expanding their thought and learning processes.  

Our team of educators provoke thought, scaffold learning, engage participation and guide learning outcomes intentionally through play based learning.

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